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|Tala Live at Le Swimming, on 2004-04-10 - Tala|
? Back In The Bubble Lab Rat Stuck On My Back
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|Tala Live at Cafe Nostalgica on 2005-11-25 - Tala|
Flute Flies banter Djello banter/changeovertositar Besides Bombay Superhappylucky banter Lab Rat Stuck On My Back Weirder Than Me Off The Grid ? Bubble Fat Cat wait for encore It Is What It Is
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|vei0kat'eishvara shatakamu - chi0tala subbayya|
Keywords: LANGUAGE. LINGUISTICS. LITERATURE; LITERATURE; POETRY,POEM,VERSE
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|Implementation of a Successful Incentive-Based Ultrasound Credentialing Program for Emergency Physicians. (Volume 14) - Budhram, Gavin|
This article is from Western Journal of Emergency Medicine, volume 14.AbstractIntroducion:: With the rapid expansion of emergency ultrasound, resident education in ultrasound has become more clearly developed and broadly integrated. However, there still exists a lack of guidance in the training of physicians already in practice to become competent in this valuable skill. We sought to employ a step-wise, goal-directed, incentive-based credentialing program to educate emergency physicians in the u...
|Properties and identification of antibiotic drug targets. (Volume 11) - Bakheet, Tala M|
This article is from BMC Bioinformatics, volume 11.AbstractBackground: We analysed 48 non-redundant antibiotic target proteins from all bacteria, 22 antibiotic target proteins from E. coli only and 4243 non-drug targets from E. coli to identify differences in their properties and to predict new potential drug targets. Results: When compared to non-targets, bacterial antibiotic targets tend to be long, have high β-sheet and low α-helix contents, are polar, are found in the cytoplasm rather than...
|Traumatic dental injuries among 12-year-old Jordanian schoolchildren: an investigation on obesity and other risk factors. (Volume 14) - Al-Bajjali, Tala Tariq|
This article is from BMC Oral Health, volume 14.AbstractBackground: Traumatic dental injury (TDI) is an important public dental health problem among schoolchildren. The aim of the study was to investigate the relationship between TDIs, obesity, and other possible associated factors like gender, overjet, lip coverage, parents’ education level and family income among 12-year old Jordanian schoolchildren...
|Intestinal occlusion through extrinsec stenosis of transverse colon associated with internal right mesocolic hernia. (Volume 5) - Balanescu, R|
This article is from Journal of Medicine and Life, volume 5.AbstractRationale. The incidence of malrotation has been estimated at 1 in 600 live births. An increased incidence of 0,2% has been found in barium swallow studies, whereas autopsy studies estimate that the true incidence may be high as 1% of the total population. The clinical manifestations are elusive; therefore, the diagnosis must be based on the presence or absence of the acute obstruction...
|Reverse transcriptase-PCR differential display analysis of meningococcal transcripts during infection of human cells: Up-regulation of priA and its role in intracellular replication. (Volume 8) - Tala, Adelfia|
This article is from BMC Microbiology, volume 8.AbstractBackground: In vitro studies with cell line infection models are beginning to disclose the strategies that Neisseria meningitidis uses to survive and multiply inside the environment of the infected host cell. The goal of this study was to identify novel virulence determinants that are involved in this process using an in vitro infection system...
|Collisional Removal of O2 (c(sup 1) Sigma(sup-)(sub u), nu=9) by O2, N2, and He - Copeland, Richard A.|
The collisional removal Of 02 molecules in selected vibrational levels of the c state is studied using a two-laser double-resonance technique. The output of the first laser excites the 02 to nu = 9 or 10 of the c Sigma - state, and the ultraviolet output of the second laser monitors specific rovibrational levels via resonance-enhanced ionization. The temporal evolution of the c Sigma u state vibrational level is observed by scanning the time delay between the two pulsed lasers...
Keywords: DIAMOND FILMS; COEFFICIENT OF FRICTION; TRANSMISSION ELECTRON MICROSCOPY; SCANNING ELECTRON MICROSCOPY; RAMAN SPECTROSCOPY; SLIDING FRICTION; DIAMONDS; X RAY SPECTROSCOPY; WEAR RESISTANCE; VAPOR DEPOSITION; ULTRAHIGH VACUUM; TRIBOLOGY; AMORPHOUS MATERIALS; BACKSCATTERING
|A comparative study of the debridement efficacy and apical extrusion of dynamic and passive root canal irrigation systems. (Volume 14) - Alkahtani, Ahmed|
This article is from BMC Oral Health, volume 14.AbstractBackground: Root canal irrigation carries a risk of extrusion of irrigant into the periapical tissues which can be associated with pain, swelling, and tissue damage. Studies have shown less extrusion with sonic or apical negative pressure devices compared with syringe and side-port needle or passive ultrasonic irrigation with continuous irrigant flow...
|Microtubule Stabilization by Mdp3 Is Partially Attributed to Its Modulation of HDAC6 in Addition to Its Association with Tubulin and Microtubules. (Volume 9) - Tala,|
This article is from PLoS ONE, volume 9.AbstractMicrotubule-mediated cellular events such as intracellular transport and the maintenance of cell polarity are highly dependent upon microtubule stability, which is controlled by a repertoire of microtubule-associated proteins (MAPs) in the cell. MAP7 domain-containing protein 3 (Mdp3) has recently been identified as a critical regulator of microtubule stability...
|Enhancement of Exopolysaccharide Production of Lactobacillus fermentum TDS030603 by Modifying Culture Conditions. (Volume 33) - SHI, Tala|
This article is from Bioscience of Microbiota, Food and Health, volume 33.AbstractTo optimize culture conditions that enhance production of a highly viscous exopolysaccharide of Lactobacillus fermentum TDS030603, a chemically defined medium was examined. The best yield was found to be 199 ± 23 mg/l when 48-hr cultivation was microaerobically performed at 30°C in the chemically defined medium supplemented with 5% glucose and 1% ammonium citrate without pH control...
|Rhythm Beating Silence aka RBS - Vegas - Rhythm Beating Silence aka RBS, Tala Productions - http://www.rbsmusic.com|
Videoclip to the sensational protest song about the IDA radio censorship,which attracted a lot of media interest in Israel
Keywords: Vidoeclip, protest, Vegas, Cecorship, Israel, Rock, Pop, Music
|Comparative genomics and transcriptional profiles of Saccharopolyspora erythraea NRRL 2338 and a classically improved erythromycin over-producing strain. (Volume 11) - Peano, Clelia|
This article is from Microbial Cell Factories, volume 11.AbstractBackground: The molecular mechanisms altered by the traditional mutation and screening approach during the improvement of antibiotic-producing microorganisms are still poorly understood although this information is essential to design rational strategies for industrial strain improvement. In this study, we applied comparative genomics to identify all genetic changes occurring during the development of an erythromycin overproducer o...
|Phenotypes and gene expression profiles of Saccharopolyspora erythraea rifampicin-resistant (rif) mutants affected in erythromycin production. (Volume 8) - Carata, Elisabetta|
This article is from Microbial Cell Factories, volume 8.AbstractBackground: There is evidence from previous works that bacterial secondary metabolism may be stimulated by genetic manipulation of RNA polymerase (RNAP). In this study we have used rifampicin selection as a strategy to genetically improve the erythromycin producer Saccharopolyspora erythraea. Results: Spontaneous rifampicin-resistant (rif) mutants were isolated from the parental strain NRRL2338 and two rif mutations mapping within r...
|Exposure to Static Magnetic Field Stimulates Quorum Sensing Circuit in Luminescent Vibrio Strains of the Harveyi Clade. (Volume 9) - Tala, Adelfia|
This article is from PLoS ONE, volume 9.AbstractIn this study, the evidence of electron-dense magnetic inclusions with polyhedral shape in the cytoplasm of Harveyi clade Vibrio strain PS1, a bioluminescent bacterium living in symbiosis with marine organisms, led us to investigate the behavior of this bacterium under exposure to static magnetic fields ranging between 20 and 2000 Gauss. When compared to sham-exposed, the light emission of magnetic field-exposed bacteria growing on solid medium at ...
|Polymalic Acid-based Nano Biopolymers for Targeting of Multiple Tumor Markers: An Opportunity for Personalized Medicine? - Ljubimova, Julia Y.|
This article is from Journal of Visualized Experiments : JoVE.AbstractTumors with similar grade and morphology often respond differently to the same treatment because of variations in molecular profiling. To account for this diversity, personalized medicine is developed for silencing malignancy associated genes. Nano drugs fit these needs by targeting tumor and delivering antisense oligonucleotides for silencing of genes...
|PI3K Inhibition Augments the Therapeutic Efficacy of a 3a-aza-Cyclopenta[?]indene Derivative in Lung Cancer Cells12. (Volume 7) - Sanjiv, Kumar|
This article is from Translational Oncology, volume 7.AbstractThe synergistic targeting of DNA damage and DNA repair is a promising strategy for the development of new chemotherapeutic agents for human lung cancer. The DNA interstrand cross-linking agent BO-1509, a derivative of 3a-aza-cyclopenta[α]indene, was synthesized and combined with the phosphoinositide 3-kinase (PI3K) inhibitor LY294002 to treat human lung cancer cells...
|Cost analysis of centralized viral load testing for antiretroviral therapy monitoring in Nicaragua, a low-HIV prevalence, low-resource setting. (Volume 13) - Gerlach, Jay|
This article is from Journal of the International AIDS Society, volume 13.AbstractBackground: HIV viral load testing as a component of antiretroviral therapy monitoring is costly. Understanding the full costs and the major sources of inefficiency associated with viral load testing is critical for optimizing the systems and technologies that support the testing process. The objective of our study was to estimate the costs associated with viral load testing performed for antiretroviral therapy mon...
|Loss of the xeroderma pigmentosum group B protein binding site impairs p210 BCR/ABL1 leukemogenic activity. (Volume 3) - Pannucci, N L|
This article is from Blood Cancer Journal, volume 3.AbstractPrevious studies have demonstrated that p210 BCR/ABL1 interacts directly with the xeroderma pigmentosum group B (XPB) protein, and that XPB is phosphorylated on tyrosine in cells that express p210 BCR/ABL1. In the current study, we have constructed a p210 BCR/ABL1 mutant that can no longer bind to XPB. The mutant has normal kinase activity and interacts with GRB2, but can no longer phosphorylate XPB...
|Activin A Plays a Critical Role in Proliferation and Differentiation of Human Adipose Progenitors. (Volume 59) - Zaragosi, Laure-Emmanuelle|
This article is from Diabetes, volume 59.AbstractOBJECTIVE: Growth of white adipose tissue takes place in normal development and in obesity. A pool of adipose progenitors is responsible for the formation of new adipocytes and for the potential of this tissue to expand in response to chronic energy overload. However, factors controlling self-renewal of human adipose progenitors are largely unknown. We investigated the expression profile and the role of activin A in this process...
|Mutations in KPTN Cause Macrocephaly, Neurodevelopmental Delay, and Seizures. (Volume 94) - Baple, Emma L.|
This article is from American Journal of Human Genetics, volume 94.AbstractThe proper development of neuronal circuits during neuromorphogenesis and neuronal-network formation is critically dependent on a coordinated and intricate series of molecular and cellular cues and responses. Although the cortical actin cytoskeleton is known to play a key role in neuromorphogenesis, relatively little is known about the specific molecules important for this process...
|Genome sequence of the date palm Phoenix dactylifera L. (Volume 4) - Al-Mssallem, Ibrahim S.|
This article is from Nature Communications, volume 4.AbstractDate palm (Phoenix dactylifera L.) is a cultivated woody plant species with agricultural and economic importance. Here we report a genome assembly for an elite variety (Khalas), which is 605.4 Mb in size and covers >90% of the genome (~671 Mb) and >96% of its genes (~41,660 genes). Genomic sequence analysis demonstrates that P. dactylifera experienced a clear genome-wide duplication after either ancient whole genome duplications or...